As our teams assemble to discuss and collaborate on best practices and design of Akron Children’s Hospital’s new $200 million critical care tower, participants continue to experience “Ah, ha!” moments.
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We were blessed to have been able participate in Akron Children’s Holiday Tree Festival preview party on Nov. 16. In fact, we were so excited that we didn’t think to get a little boy sitter for the evening. Fortunately the event was so intriguing to our little mister that it wasn’t a problem for his entertainment.
Moms who consider themselves “NICU grads” received a detailed look at how Akron Children’s new NICU is taking shape and weighed in on some remaining questions posed by the architects.
Feedback from families has played a key role in the design phase of a new $200-million medical tower at Akron Children’s Hospital’s downtown campus. During the process, parents were able to interact with full-scale floor models of the new patient care areas and were joined by their children for a focus group.
I’m not sure anyone could have prepared Randy and I for the fun we’ve been experiencing with Jordan this summer. We LOVE watching him grow, explore and develop his own little personality.
It’s a reality that Jordan isn’t going to be like other kids with a nervous system that allows their legs to move easier than his legs. He will be putting those super boots on, which will allow him to dream of whatever he wants to go after despite the need for a little assistance. When I really think about it, we all depend on something to get us to where we want to go whether it’s braces, wheelchair, bus, or car.